The 15th Edition of the Africa Energy Indaba Will Kick Off in a Short 2 Weeks Time!

  • The 15th edition of the Africa Energy Indaba will kick off in a short 2 weeks time at the Cape Town International Convention Centre!
  • The upcoming Africa Energy Indaba is a revered platform for energy stakeholders from across the continent to explore growth opportunities in the African energy sector, uncover the latest trends and network with the sector’s key stakeholders.
  • The event will host proactive and collaborative discussions, unveiling insights into how to do energy business in Africa!
Join the business meeting of choice for the African Energy Sector!

The Africa Energy Indaba is the continent’s definitive energy event, providing an agenda that influences energy policy for Africa. With the potential of gas as an alternative energy source, the development of the gas-to-power industry anticipates major growth. The Africa Gas Platform gives attendees the opportunity to network with the captains of industry.  The IPP & PPA Conference is highly relevant as South Africa’s multiple energy procurement programmes are ramped up including an increase in capacity allocation for REIPPPP Bid Window 6 to 5200MW. The Africa Forum for Utility Regulators facilitate’s the development of effective utility regulation in support of Africa’s infrastructure development.

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The Africa Forum for Utility Regulators (AFUR) will also be hosting their 19th edition of their annual conference as an Official Side Event of the Africa Energy Indaba in Cape Town from the 7 – 8 March 2023.

Participate in 2023’s Leading African Energy event:

Are you keen to sponsor the event? 

Enquire directly: info@energyindaba.co.za 

 Learn more: africaenergyindaba.com  or call +27 (11) 4639184

 

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